Record & CD Reviews
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Primo (1973) by Cal Tjader
Ray Levitt (5/5): Charlie Palmieri slams all over this album. Killer montunos on Rhodes. Heavy swing! Nasty grooves.
Sunflower (1972) by Milt Jackson
Brendan Lowe (5/5): This is a great album for many reasons. Milt Jackson the jazz vibes great was the veteran with the "young blood" of the...
Red Clay (1970) by Freddie Hubbard
Herbiefied (5/5): No joke. The title track is worth the price of the album.
Freddie's strongest effort to date. All of the tracks are SO...
Did You Feel That? (1994) by Joe Sample
farmer (5/5): this album is a must have for fender funk lovers. a fantastic line-up: Joe Sample (rhodes), Steve Gadd (drums) and a funky hor...
Eternity (1976) by Alice Coltrane
David Murphy (4/5): This album features Alice Coltrane mainly on a Wurlitzer? organ and harp, but also contains an inspiring 9 1/2 minute Rh...
Fihavanana (2003) by Roberto Manes
Hayden Jones (5/5): This is a great album! I saw these guys play live in London a couple of years ago & they rocked the house!
Sun Goddess (1974) by Ramsey Lewis
James Garfield (5/5): The Rhodes is all over this album, and Earth, Wind & Fire is the backup band. What more do you want??? I'm listening...